Fees and Finance

Tuition Fees 2016-2017

Tuition fees are charged to both UK/EU and international students. The tuition fees for our Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes are outlined below.

Fees are per year unless otherwise indicated.

Yearly fee increases

For students continuing on their courses, fees will increase year on year by no more than RPI + 3% in each academic year of study except where regulated. Where fees are regulated (such as by the Department of Business Innovation and Skills or Research Council UK) they will be increased by an amount up to the permitted increase.


  Home/EU International
Master of Pharmacy £9,000 £14,925

BSc Honours in Pharmacology and Physiology

BSc Honours in Pharmacology and Physiology (With Integrated Foundation Year)

£9,000 £14,925
Fd Applied Bioscience Technology £4,000 per year, total for 3 year programme £12,000. N/A


    Home/EU International
Laboratory based research MPhil/PhD Full time £4,121 £15,920
MPhil/PhD Part time £2,060 £7,960
Non-laboratory based MPhil/PhD Full time £4,121 £13,340
MPhil/PhD Part time £2,060 £6,690

Postgraduate (Taught)

Prescribing Programme

Part-time taught Credits Home/EU
PgCert. in Independent/ Supplementary Prescribing 60 £2,100
Short course programme Independent and Supplementary Prescribing for Nurses 45 £2,100

Certificate and Diploma in General Pharmacy Practice

Students are employed in NHS hospitals whilst undertaking this programme. Please contact the programme administrator for more information.

Part-time taught Credits Home/EU
Postgraduate Certificate 60 £1,300
Postgraduate Diploma 60 £1,920

MSc Medicines Management

Part-time taught Credits Home/EU
Postgraduate Certificate 60 £2,000
Postgraduate Diploma 60 £2,000
MSc 60 £2,000

Short Modules

Associate students - distance learning Credits Home/EU
5 credits module 5 £180
10 credits module 10 £320
Skills for the Future – MUR Cert.* 5 £65
Patient Monitoring in Practice 5 £120
Advanced Patient Monitoring in Practice 5 £120
Engaging with Primary Care 30 £1,250
Short Course Programmes 30 £1,000

* Externally sponsored modules


APECL Fees - On request

Student Support

The student support you will receive to enable you to fund your studies will depend on a number of factors including where you study and your personal circumstances.

Pharmacy students applying for student support via Student Finance England or their regional equivalent and students applying for a tuition fee loan via  Student Finance EU Services should enter/select the University of Greenwich (Institution Code: G70) as their place of study when completing their application.  This is because the University of Greenwich is the current primary administrator for the Medway School of Pharmacy.  For queries relating to student finance, please contact Student Finance at the University of Greenwich.

For further information on the student support package available, as well as other student finance information, please visit the University of Greenwich Student Finance pages.

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Useful Contacts

Student Finance & Financial Support
University of Greenwich
Blake Building
Central Avenue
Chatham Maritime
Tel: +44 (0)208 331 9324
Email: studentfinance@gre.ac.uk
Web: http://www2.gre.ac.uk/study/finance

Scholarships Unit
Information, Recruitment and Admissions Office
Registry, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NZ
Tel: 01227 827272
Fax: 01227 827077
Email: information@kent.ac.uk
Web: www.kent.ac.uk/studying/funding/scholarships

Other useful contacts related to student finance at the University of Greenwich can be found here.

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There are two external bursaries available to MPharm students; The Moss Trust and Pharmacist Support.

If you would like futher information, please contact Joanna Mowbray on J.L.Mowbray@greenwich.ac.uk

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Tel: +44 (0) 1634 202935
Fax: +44 (0) 1634 883927

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Last Updated 17/10/2016